A Dutch woman who works for US Cola in New York is sent to The Netherlands to launch Santa Man Cola in the period leading up to Christmas. Their new Santa (young and handsome) has to ... See full summary »
Kees van Nieuwkerk
Fedja van Huêt
Single father and Deli owner Daan tries to find love online. Katje a beautiful yet self absorbed designer opens a store next door, they instantly dislike each other. Daan daughter Saar ... See full summary »
Bracha van Doesburgh,
Brasserie Valentine is a stylish, funny film about love. About first dates, falling in love and love anniversaries. About love under pressure of daily grind and distrust. And lovingly prepared food. All in one evening on Valentine's Day.
Egbert Jan Weeber,
It doesn't happen often that I leave a movie prematurely. My wife and I were expecting a nice romantic comedy like "Alles is Liefde" and "Alles is familie". Unfortunately this movie came no where close to these films, who had similar casts. What was wrong with this movie? For starters the script was predicable. Secondly the sub stories where not working as one and lastly the performance were not convincing at any point in the movie (maybe the last 30 minutes which we failed to see). I'm open minded to all genres of movies. This one is a complete mystery to me. I would love somebody to tell me that they thought differently and tell what I missed. A movie of missed opportunities with great actors like Daan Schuurmans and Jeroen Spitzenberger. Hopefully a one time off for these actors. Will give them a second chance for sure in the future and will likely hear them say in the future that this one was good for a raspberry award.
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